SANLAM CAPE TOWN MARATHON 2019 ROAD CLOSURES

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SANLAM CAPE TOWN MARATHON 2019 ROAD CLOSURES

ROUTE MAP 2019

The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon is one of South Africa’s sporting highlights, with over 23 000 participants expected to take to the streets on Sunday 15th September 2019, including athletes from over 75 countries from around the world.

Roads and public-transport services near the 42.2km IAAF Gold Label marathon and the 10km routes will be busy and possibly congested and, in some instances, may be inaccessible on the day. Please allow additional travelling time as there may be delays.

ROUTE MAP 2019

The main transport impact:

  • Certain roads within the Atlantic Seaboard, CBD and suburbs (including Woodstock, Salt River, Observatory, Mowbray, Rondebosch, Newlands and Claremont) will be closed from 03h00 to 13h30.
  • MyCiti, GABS bus routes and City Sightseeing bus routes will be affected in certain areas.
  • KEY ROAD CLOSURES (for comprehensive and detailed list go to our websitehttp://www.capetownmarathon.com/information/road-closures/)
  1. Sea Point and Green Point areas include the following;
  2. Beach Road (both carriageways) will be closed from Queens Circle to Helen Suzman between 06h00 and 08h45 – this closure will be managed in phases:
  3. Queens Circle / Queens Road / Regent Road / Church Road is closed for the period from 06h00 to 07h35
  4. Beach Road between Queens Circle and Church Road will be closed for the period from 06h00 to 08h45
  5. Beach Road City Outbound Carriageway between Helen Suzman and St Johns Rd is be closed for the period 06h00 – 08h00
  6. Beach Road City Outbound Carriageway between St Johns Rd and Queens Circle is closed for the period 06h00 – 08h45
  7. Beach Road City Inbound Carriageway is closed for the period 06h00 – 08h45.

Deviations and alternatives for these closures include:

  • Please use Main Road as alternative
  • Traffic travelling from Clifton will enter Sea Point on Victoria Road (M6); they will turn right into Queens Road; left into Kloof Road, left into Church Road to Regent Road; right into Regent Road onto Main Road (M61). (Note – Beach Road & balance of Regent Road is closed).
  • Traffic travelling from Sea Point through to Clifton will enter via Main Road (M61); they will take the left fork into Kloof Road; turn right into Fir Ave and left into Victoria Road (M6).
  • Detour access via Kings Road at Victoria – no access to Regent.
  • Mouille Point – Beach Road (both carriageways) will be closed from Haul Road through to Helen from 06h00 – 09h30; it will be managed in phased approach – for specific detours please contact us directly.

Alternative routes:

  • There will be a resident exit via Beach through to Fritz into Bay road to exit via Bill Peters to Helen Suzman between the following times – this will be strictly managed:
    • 06h00-06h30
    • 09h30 onwards – it will be open
    • Residents will NOT be able to use this exit route between 06h30-09h30
  • There will be residents exit via Beach through to exit via Waterfront between the following times – this will be strictly managed
    • 06h55-07h15
    • 08h00 onwards – it will open
    • Residents will NOT be able to use this exit route from 06h00-06h55 and 07h15&08h00
  •  HELEN SUZMAN INBOUND CARRIAGEWAY will be closed from Beach Rd to Buitengracht Street [06h30 – 08h15]
  • Traffic entering the City to use Somerset Road as alternative
  •  LONG STREET: LONG STREET between Hans Strijdom and Orange Street will be closed. This includes all intersections with Long Street. [06h30 – 08h45]

Alternative routes:

  • Citybound traffic travelling from N2 to enter City through Hertzog Blvd, left / right into Adderley to exit via same route.
  • Citybound traffic travelling from Camps Bay to exit left into Somerset Road; right into Ebenezer, right into Dock Road and to enter via Walter Sisulu Ave, to exit via same route. (note: Long Street intersection of Strand will be closed from 06h30 – 12h45).
  • : Tenant Road will be closed at the Darling / Sir Lowry intersection. [06h40-09h15]

Alternative routes:

  • SIR LOWRY / VICTORIA CITYBOUND CARRIAGEWAY from Tennant all the way through to N2 will be closed. [06h40 – 09h50]. This includes all cross-over to/ from all mountainside intersections including Searle Street, Mountain Road, Fairview Ave, Roodebloem Road, Browning Road and Anzio Road.

Alternative routes:

Traffic will be able to enter the area:

Traffic will be able to exit the area:

  • Citybound Carriageway will be closed from N2 all the way through to Protea Bridge in Claremont from [06h55 – 10h30. This includes all cross-overs of main road intersections including Rhodes Ave, Woolsack Drive, Grotto Road, Klipper Road & Dean Street.

Alternative routes – north of N2:

Traffic will be able to enter the area:

Traffic will be able to exit the area:

Alternative routes:

  • Eastbound Carriageway from Campground Rd to Wood Rd will be closed from 07h15-11h25. This includes all cross-overs of Sandown.

Alternative routes:

Alternative routes:

Alternative routes:

Traffic will be able to enter area

Traffic will be able to exit area

Alternative routes:

  1.  ALBERT ROAD / NEW MARKET STREET – ALBERT ROAD / NEW MARKET STREET closure from Lower Main Road to Adderley Street Eastbound Carriageway will be closed from 07h35 – 13h00, this includes all cross-overs from side roads and intersections (sea side) with Albert Road. It includes Salt River Circle (no access to Voortrekker Road) and Lower Church Street (no access to or from N1)

Alternative routes:

Traffic will be able to enter area

Traffic will be able to exit area

  • STRAND STREET:  STRAND STREET Eastbound Carriageway will be closed between Hans Strijdom and Orange Street from 08h00 – 12h45.

Alternative routes:

  • Traffic travelling from upper Cape Town wanting to access the foreshore / lower side of Cape Town to detour from Adderley, Loop or Bree Streets via Wale or Strand onto Buitengracht and then back into Riebeek Street to access the lower part of the City.
  • Traffic travelling from the foreshore or lower parts of Cape Town wanting to access upper Cape Town to detour from Long or Bree Streets via Riebeek Street, or from Adderley via Adderley Street Fountain Circle into Hans Strijdom where they will turn left into Buitengracht, left into Wale Street to access upper Cape Town.
  • Traffic / busses to exit Grand Parade via Castle Street; Sir Lowry Street to Christiaan Barnard to Hertzog offramp onto N2.

FULL ROAD CLOSURE DETAILS

For full road closure details go to http://www.capetownmarathon.com/information/road-closures/

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